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W BEDFORD 

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HOWARD C. TINKHAM 
Professor 

We, the class of 1957, humbly dedicate this Fabricator to 
Professor Howard Tinkham, who, as a teacher, has expended all 
his energies in an effort to impart knowledge to others and, who, as 
a gentleman, has set an example which remains unsurpassable. 




GEORGE WALKER 
President - Emeritus 



board of trustees 

CHAIRMAN 
EDMUND RIGBY 

VICE-CHAIRMAN 

HENRI F. HORN 

CLERK OF BOARD 
MRS. IDA EPSTEIN 

EX-OFFICIO 
DR. JOHN J. DESMOND 
FRANCIS J. LAWLER 
MISS RUTH B. McFADDEN 

NILS V. NELSON 
JOHN A. SHEA 
PHILIP MANCHESTER 
MISS E. FERRIS ALMADA 
CHARLES V. F. DeMAILLY 
GERALD Y. MURPHY 
JOSEPH A. DANCEWICZ 
CHARLES R. DUGDALE 
WILLIAM E. KING 
JOHN VERTENTE, JR. 
CLARENCE G. BOWMAN 
JOSEPH DAWSON, JR. 



administration 



President 

Principal Clerk and Treasurer 

Senior Bookkeeper 

Junior Clerk 

Dean of Faculty 

Dean of Students 

Director of Admissions 

Placement Director 

Librarian 



DR. JOHN E. FOSTER 

MRS. MARY F. MAKIN 

MRS. CECILIA ZEITLER 

MRS. ESTELLE DOWD 

JAMES L GIBLIN 

AUGUSTUS SILVA 

WARREN HOLT 

CLIFFORD N. BECK 

LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 








DR. JOHN E. FOSTER 
President 

To the Class of 1957 

There are those in this world who know a great deal about very 
little or a very little about a great deal. It would seem that the leader- 
ship of tomorrow's world will be assumed by neither of those groups 
but rather by those with grasp and understanding, those whose thinking 
is broad and uninhibited. It must be assumed, in fact, by those leaders 
whose understanding of the world in which we live is not limited to 
the present but rather extends to the horizons of the future. 

You of the Class of 1957 must seek your place with this group and 
I am sure you will realize a much better world in which to live. 

To all of you my sincere congratulations and best wishes. 

Dr. John E. Foster, President 



faculty 



Fred Beardsworth 
associate professor 





Louis Pacheco, Jr. 
assistant professor 



textile engineering 



James L. Ciblin 

professor 
head of textile 
engineering department 



Clifford N. Beck 
assistant professor 




Anrone Rodil 
assistant professor 






Frank Holden 
associate professor 



Edward H. Cloutier 
associate professor 



John T. Regan 
instructor 




John R. Barylski 

assistant professor 



Adam Bayreuther 
assistant professor 



mechanical engineering 



Howard C. Tinkham 

professor 

head of mechanical 

engineering department 






Conrad P. Richard 
instructor 



Joseph L Roberts 
instructor 




Alden W. Counsell 
instructor 



english 



Augustus Silva 

professor 
head of english 
department 




chemistry 





Francis Tripp 

professor 

head of chemistry 

deportment 



Louis E. F. Fenaux 
associate professor 



Ferdinand P. Fiocchi 

instructor 




John C. Broadmeadow 
associate professor 



Anthony J. John 

associate professor 
head of mathematics 
and physics dept. 




mathematics 
and 

physics 



Edmund J. Dupre 

associate professor 




Fred R. Tripp 
instructor 



Warren M. Holt 
assistant professor 



William A. Silveira 
instructor 





Leo M. Sullivan 

professor 

hcod of humanities and 

social sciences dept. 



electrical 



engineering 



Lenine Gonsalves 

associate professor 
head of electrical 
engineering dept. 



humanities 
and 

social sciences 



Celestino D. Macedo 



instructor 





Richard Walder 
instructor 



Robert C. Booth 
instructor 





Miss Margot Neugebauer 
instructor 



textile design 

and 

fashion 



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Miss Evelyn Ramalhete 
instructor 




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President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



ARMAND PEDROSO 

PETER SMITH 

COLLETTE LEMAIRE 

EDWARD JARECKI 




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JOSEPH COSTA 

B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Circle K Club - 3, 4; Board of Directors; 
Univets - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3; 
A. I., E. E. - 3, 4. 





EVERETT F. DUGAN 

B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Intramural Sports - 3, 4; A. I. E. E. 
3, 4; Treasurer. 







PAUL D. MALCOLM 

B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Circle K Club - 2; Treasurer 3, 4; Fabri- 
cator - 4; Intramural Sports - 3, 4; A. I. 
E. E. — Corresponding Secretary 3, 4. 



JOHN S. J. HARRISON 
B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Circle K Club - 3, 4; Board of Directors; 
Univets - 2, President 3, 4; Treasurer; 
A. I. E. E. - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3. 







DANIEL J. MORRISON 

B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Glee Club - 1, 2; President; Circle K 
Club - 3; Vice-President 4; Newman Club 
- 3, 4; Tennis Team - 1, 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. 
E. - Chairman 3, 4; Fabricator - 4. 





BARRY G. ROBBINS 

B.S. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING 

Tennis Team - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 
2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee - 3. 




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ALBERT 0. BARRETTE 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Newman Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 4; 
A. A. T. C. C. - 4. 




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JOSEPH R. BLANCHETTE 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Delta Kappa Phi - 3, 4; Newman Club 
3, 4; Univets - 3, 4. 






PAUL N. CAUVIN 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Newman Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 3, 
4; Delta Kappa Phi - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. 
- 3, 4; Tech Talk - 4. 





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JAMES H. GIFFORD 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 



Phi Psi- 1,2,3,4. 







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MARY ANN HANRAHAN 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk - 
1, 2; Assistant Editor - 3, 4; Clee Club - 
1, 2, 3; Newman Club - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. 
C. - 4; Fabricator - 4; News Editor. 







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JOSEPH R. P. MARCO 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Newman Club 
3, 4. 








RALPH 0. MOYER, JR. 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Delta Kappa Phi- 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3; Vice-President; Circle K Club 
4; Tech Talk - 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4. 






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JAMES M. PASQUILL 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Tech Talk - 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; 
Circle K Club - 3, 4; Treasurer; Phi Psi - 
1,2,3,4; Baseball - 1. 





JOSEPH A. POWER 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Circle K 
Club - 3, 4; Vice-President; Newman 
Club - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 4; President. 





MONA L RICARD 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2, 3; Treasurer 4; 
Glee Club - 1, 2; Tech Talk - 1 ; A. A. T. 
C. C. - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 3; New- 
man Club - 3, 4; Inter-Frat Council - 4; 
Treasurer. 





RAYMOND L RICHARD 
B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Boxing Team - 2; Track Team - 3; Delta 
Kappa Phi - 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3; 
Vice-President 4; Newman Club - 3, 4;; 
Tech Talk - 4. 






ROY SERPA 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Tennis Team - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; 
President; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Circle 
K Club - 4; A. I. E. E. - 4. 





AUGUSTINE SILVEIRA, JR. 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 
2, 3, 4; Track - 3; Newman Club - 3, 4; 
Circle K Club - 3, 4; Photography Club - 
4; Tech Talk - 4; Sports Editor. 



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BARBARA A. STARON 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Student Council - 2; Class Officer - 2; 
Treasurer; Glee Club - 1, 2; Newman Club 
- 3, 4; Tech Talk - 1 ; A. A. T. C. C. - 2, 
3; Secretary 4; Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2, 3, 
4. 





ALBERT SZCZUR, JR. 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4; Univets - 3; Newman Club 
3, 4; Circle K Club - 4. 




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BARBARA L LAVIGNE 

B.S. TEXTILE CHEMISTRY 

Inter-Frat Council - 3; President 4; Glee 
Club - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; Tech 
Talk - 3; Kappa Sigma Phi - 1, 2; Presi- 
dent 3, 4; A. A. T. C. C. - 3, 4. 




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MANUAL M. BANDARRA 
B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 

Univets - 2; Membership Committee 3, 4; 
Newman Club - 2; Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3; Cor- 
responding Secretary 4. 





JOHN R. BERNIER 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 



Phi Psi - 2, 3, 4. 




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HENRY CALARY 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 

Circle K Club - 2, 3; Treasurer 4; New- 
man Club - 2, 3, 4; Phi Psi - 2, 3, 4. 





WILLIAM E. GIBLIN 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 

Glee Club - 1; President; Circle K Club - 
2; Treasurer 3; President 4; Newman 
Club - 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk -1,2; Assistant 
Editor; Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Fabricator - 3; 
Assistant Editor 4; Editor; Soccer - 1, 2; 
Photography Club - 4; Circle K Interna- 
tional 2; Trustee 3; Vice-President 4; Ad- 
ministrative Consultant; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Prom Committee; Intra- 
mural Sports 1, 2. 





LEO C. GRENIER 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 
Phi Psi- 1,2,3,4. 








TALSOP LEE 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 

Newman Club - 3; Phi Psi - 3, 4; Soccer 
-1,2,3,4. 




JOSEPH N. LEMOS, JR. 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 
Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Univets - 4. 





PAUL S. MAROIS 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 

Phi Psi - 1, 2;; Treasurer 3, 4; Inter-Frat 
Council - 3, 4; Intramural Sports - 2, 3. 



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PETER SMITH 

B.S. TEXTILE ENGINEERING 

Student Council - 4; Class Officer - 4; 
Vice-President; Glee Club - 1; Treasurer; 
Circle K Club - 3; Director 4; Newman 
Club - 2, 3, 4; Tech Talk - 1, 2; Adver- 
tising Manager; Phi Psi - 1, 2, 3; Secre- 
tary 4; Senior Prom Committee - Chair- 
man; Intramural Basketball - 1, 2; Inter- 
Frat Council - 3; Treasurer; Junior Prom 
Committee. 








GUSTAVO D. DIEZ 

DIPLOMA — 
TEXTILE MANUFACTURING 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3; Circle K Club 2, 3. 




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DANIEL J. McCRATH 



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DIPLOMA — 
TEXTILE MANUFACTURING 

Glee Club - 1; Newman Club 2, 3; Treas- 
urer; Fabricator - 4; Advertising Manager; 
Phi Psi - 2, 3; Class Officer 1; Student 
Council 1. 





MARY A. COUTU 

CERTIFICATE — 
TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY 




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fashion 





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GERALDINE BARROS 

B. S. TEXTILE DESIGN 

Glee Club - 1, 2; Newman Club - 3, 4; 
Fabricator - 4. 



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JOHN M. CANTO 

B.S. TEXTILE DESIGN 



Phi Psi - 2, 3, 4. 




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COLLETTE L LEMAIRE 
B.S. TEXTILE DESIGN 

Glee Club - 1, 2; Student Council - 4; 
Class Officer - 4; Secretary; Newman 
Club - 3, 4; Fabricator 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Prom Committee. 





PATRICIA E. SCHRODER 

B.S. TEXTILE DESIGN 

Student Council - 1 ; Class Officer - 1 ; 
Secretary; Fabricator - 3; Assistant Art 
Editor 4; Art Editor; Intramural Sports 
-3,4. 




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GERALD R. ANTHONY, JR. 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Student Council - 3; Class Officer - 3; 
Vice-President; Engineering Club - 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
2; Intramural Sports - 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Track - 2. 




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JAMES R. ASHWORTH 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Secretary; 
Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman. 







JOHN E. FOSTER, JR. 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; Newman Club - 
3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Sports - 2, 3, 4. 



DELMAR D. CLOUGH 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3. 4; Delta Kappa Phi 
- 2, 3, 4. 






ROBERT P. FRATES 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; President; Uni- 
vets - 2; Membership Committee 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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ROBERT E. GRIGGS 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Univets - 4. 





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EDWARD JARECKI 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Student Council - 3, 4; Class Officer - 
Treasurer 3, 4; Photography Club - 4; 
Circle K Club - 4; Univets - 2, 3, 4; 
Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer; 
Junior Prom Committee; Engineering Club 
- 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4. 








DAVID C. LEITE 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Inrer-Frat Council - 4; Engineering Club 
- 2, 3; Vice-President 4; Delta Kappa 
Phi - 1, 2, 3, Annotator 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent; Soccer - 1, 2, 3; A. I. E. E. - 3, 4; 
Tech Talk - 3, 4. 





EDWARD LEITE 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; Circle K Club - 
1, 2, 3, 4; President; Delta Kappa Phi - 

1, 2, 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 4; Student Council 

2, 3; Class Officer - 2; Secretary 3; Treas- 
urer; Basketball - 1. 











ANGELO M. MELLO, JR. 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; Vice-President; 
Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 3, 4; Basketball - 1, 
2; Baseball - 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 
- 3, 4; A. I. E. E. - 4. 






GEORGE C. MONTINI 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 






charles J. McCarthy 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Delta Kappa 
Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. 





JOHN PACHECO 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Fabricator - 4; 
Business Manager. 




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ARMAND V. PEDROSO 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Student Council - 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Presi- 
dent 2, 4; President 3; Class Officer - 1, 
2, 3, 4; President; Engineering Club - 

2, 3, 4; Photography Club - 4; Fabricator 
4; Assistant Editor; Delta Kappa Phi - 2, 

3, 4; Soccer - 1, 2; Intramural Sports - 
2, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee. 





WALTER A. SLOCUM 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 
- 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Sports - 3, 4; Basketball - 1, 2. 





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ROBERT E. STAPLES 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 
Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4. 








GERARD SWAIN 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Univets - 2, 
3; Treasurer 4; Delta Phi - 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee. 




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GEORGE TALBOT 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 2, 3, 4; Univets - 2;; 
Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4. 





JAMES A. WOLSTENHOLME 
B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; Photography 
Club - 1; Delta Kappa Phi - 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Soccer -1,2. 




RONALD A. NICHOLS 

B.S. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

Engineering Club - 3, 4; Delta Kappa Phi 
- 2, 3, 4; Basketball - 1; Baseball - 1; 
Inrtamural Sports - 3, 4. 





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WILLIAM GIBLIN 
editor-in-chief 





PATRICIA SCHRODER 
art editor 




staff 



DANIEL McGRATH 
advertising manager 



WILLIAM GIBLIN 
ARMAND PEDROSO 
ALLEN SISSON 
DANIEL McGRATH 
PAUL MALCOLM 
DANIEL MORRISON 
DAVID LEITE 
GERALD ANTHONY 
JOHN E. FOSTER, JR. 
NORMAN LOPES 
MARY ANN HANRAHAN 
PATRICIA SCHRODER 
GABRIELLE COYNE 
COLLETTE LEMAIRE 
GERALDINE BARROS 
JOHN PACHECO 
MR. JOHN T. REGAN 



editor-in-chief 

assistant editor 

assistant editor 

advertising manager 

advertising staff 

advertising staff 

advertising staff 

advertising staff 

sports editor 

assistant sports editor 

copy editor 

art editor 

assistant art editor 

art staff 

art staff 

business manager 

faculty advisor 



credits 



PATRICIA SCHRODER 
GABRIELLE COYNE 
JUNE P. WENZEL 

WALTER T. TWAROG 
HARTLEY GURNEY 

NOLAN STUDIOS 



drawings 



special photo effects 



formal pictures 



JOHN PACHECO 
business manager 






OFFICERS 

president — J. CARRIER 

vice President — A. PEDROSO 

treasurer — W. BICOTT 

secretary — T. DAHL 



student 
council 





MEMBERS 




R. Bellotti 


D. 


Lowe 


H. Curney 


H. 


Fox 


R. Turner 


G. 


Schwartz 


G. Coyne 


C. 


Lemaire 


E. Jarecki 


D. 


Coakley 


P. Swift 


P. 


Cloutier 





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OFFICERS 





president — 


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MEMBERS 


H. 


Curney 




D. G. LeBlanc 


T. 


Mitchell 




P. Schrcder 


H. 


Cunningham 




E. Jarecki 


W 


. Wordell 




W. Twarog 


R. 


Ashworth 




W. Giblin 


L. 


Cierpial 




D. Kwong 


T. 


Dahl 




J. Frodyma 


A. 


Deptula 




T. Lee 


L. 


Cadomski 




G. Diez 



C. Lemaire 




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MEMBERS 


R. Takach 


L. Skinner 


R. Wade 


M. Mendoza 


R. Codeiro 


C. Hebert 


R. Pacheco 


B. Johnson 


R. Moyer 


T. Dahl 


W. Paull 


J. Botseas 


H. Gurney 


J. Dixon 



collegians 




OFFICERS 

president — M. L. SUVA 
director — R. ORMEROD 



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Manuel Bandarra 
John Bernier 
George Brazil 
John Canto 
Gustavo Diez 
Henry Galary 
William Giblin 
James Gifford 



MEMBERS 

Leo Grenier 
Bruce Gulbranson 
Talsop Lee 
Joseph Lemos 
Conrad Letendre 
Norman Lopes 
Paul Marois 
Daniel McGrath 

OFFICERS 



Ronald Mitchell 
James Pasquill 
Richard Pepin 
Ernest Poitras 
Donald Silveira 
Allen Sisson 
Peter Smith 
Ronald Takach 



president — 

ALLEN SISSON 

vice President — 

NORMAN LOPES 

secretary — 

BRUCE GULBRANSON 



Treasurer — 

PAUL MAROIS 
corresponding secretary — 

MANUEL BANDARRA 

senior warden — 

RICHARD PEPIN 



junior warden — 

RONALD MITCHELL 

HOUSE COMMITTEE 



president — 

GUSTAVO DIEZ 



vice President — 
PAUL MAROIS 




secretary and treasurer— 
ERNEST POITRAS 





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delta kappa phi 



OFFICERS 

president — G. SWAIN 

vice president — B. LEITE 

treasurer — E. JARECKI 

recording secretary — T. MITCHELL 

corresponding secretary — J. CORBIEL 

sargeant at arms — R. CHARVES 

faculty advisor — PROF. LOUIS E. F. FENAUX 



Robert E. Brennan 
John T. Donnelly 
Harold E. Fox 
Ross Hodges 
Miltcn F. Kershaw 
Robert J. Lanson 
Gerald 0. Lariviere 
Richard R. Medeiros 
Ricard F. Motta 
Donald L. Payette 
Clement C. Rawlins 
John C. Reale 
Jean L. Schwartz 
Mitchell W. Smith 
Raymond A. Vijeant 
Russell L. Ashworth 
William G. Bicott 
John j. Bures 
Leon J. Cierpial, Jr. 
Harvey S. Cunningham 
Earle B. Holden 
Armand J. Talbot 
Walter F. Wianzek, Jr. 
Walter J. Wordell 
David A. Yates 
Gilbert Dutra, Jr. 
Lionel N. Rodrigues 
Raymond Souza 
Ronald A. Wade 
Anthony A. Albert, Jr. 
John E. Armanetti 
Antonio A. B. Baldo 
Gordon H. Beale, Jr. 
Donald J. Fougere 
Edward A. Galligan 
Ronald E. Hall 
Robert E. LeBlanc 
Louis H. Skinner, Jr. 
Richard A. Johnson 
Richard Pilkington 
Andre M. Ricard 
Victor G. Alves 



MEMBERS 

Peter P. Anthony 
John B. Blenkiron 
James A. Botellio 
William K. Burke 
Gerard M. Burnett 
John D. Coakley 
Kenneth E. DeRego 
William A. Gifford 
William F. Moore 
Donald Gray 
Paul J. Hebert 
Joseph R. Martineau 
Dennis M. O'Leary 
David J. Oliver 
Paul W. Rezendes 
Richard W. Stevens 
David A. Alves 
Alan B. Collinge 
Fryderyk E. Gorczyca 
Dennis J. Henzel 
Joseph J. Jodoin 
Wayne A. Haskell 
Gerald R. Anthony, Jr. 
James R. Ashworth 
Delmar D. Clough 
John E. Foster, Jr. 
Robert P. Frates 
Edward Leite 
Angelo M. Mello, Jr. 
George C. Montini 
Charles J. McCarthy 
Ronald A. Nichols 
Armando V. Pedroso 
Walter A. Slocum 
James A. Wolstenholme 
George R. Talbot 
William Conn 
Daniel S. Loureiro 
Norman A. Metivier 
Norman Nevins 
Romeo A. Struglia 



Thomas A. Brown 
William V. Choupres 
Kenneth C. Hokanscn 
Raymond N. Martin 
Richard Ormerod 
Donald E. Robinson 
Robert F. Gracia 
James W. Harrison 
Christopher A. Hayes 
Francis W. Marco 
Julien P. Olszowy 
Ronald S. Perry 
Kenneth J. Provost 
William H. Sherman 
Joseph R. Blanchette 
Paul N. Gauvin 
Ralph 0. Moyer . 
Joseph A. Power 
Raymond L. Richard 
Augustine Silveira, Jr. 
Albert Szczur, Jr. 
Bruce P. Boni 
Donald R. Kamienski 
John B. Murphy 
Arnold R. Atkinson 
Thomas A. Damon 
Donald J. Moriarty 
Lucien P. Poyant, Jr. 
Edward W. Sylvia 
Leonard S. Crane 
John Frodyma, Jr. 
John Souza, Jr. 
Paul A. Cloutier 
Bradley S. Drake 
Russell A. Wissman 
Richard L. Areta 
Gordon T. Helme 
Daniel J. Medeiros 
Donald J. McCarthy 
Ivan D. Sylvia 
George T. Caires 
Joseph B. Goodman 







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OFFICERS 

president — 

BARBARA LAVICNE 

vice president — 

GABRIELLE COYNE 

treasurer — 

MONA RICARD 

secretary — 

MARILYN RUCGLES 





MEMBERS 



Gloria Bernier 
Jenny Botseas 
June Browned 
Janet Clifford 
Thelma Dahl 
Joyce Dixon 
Mary Ann Hanrahan 
Roberta Hawkins 



Carol Hebert 
Elizabeth Johnson 
Muriel Meier 
Judith Morton 
Joan Ann Parkin 
Mary Louise Silva 
Carolyn Skeie 
Barbara Starcn 





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club 



MEMBERS 



Edward Jarecki 
Robert Frates 
George Talbot 
James Ashworth 
John Pacheco 
Walter Slocum 
Alan Wolstenholme 
Angie Mello, Jr. 
Edward Leite 
Robert Staples 



Jerry Anthony 
Charles McCarthy 
Dennis Henzel 
Alan Collinge 
David Alves 
Fred Gorczyca 
John Thornhill 
Earl Parker 
Joseph Carrier 
Armand Pedroso 





OFFICERS 

president — 

ROBERT FRATES 

vice president — 

ANGELO MELLO 

corresponding secretary — 
FRED GORCZYCA 

secretary — 

JAMES ASHWORTH 

treasurer — 

DENNIS HENZEL 



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OFFICERS 

chairman — DANIEL J. MORRISON 

vice chairman — JOHN C. O'CONNOR 

secretary — D. G. Le BLANC 

corresponding secretary — PAUL D. MALCOLM 

treasurer — EVERETT F. DUGAN 





MEMBERS 



Randell P. Alves 
Alexander B. Anselmo 
Ramos R. Arruda 
Russell Ldog Ashworth 
K. M. Bendiksen 
Richard J. Bellotti 
William Bicott 
George Botseas 
John J. Bures 
J. B. Cadema 
Leon ). Cierpial 
Rodney R. Cordeiro 
S. Correia 
Joseph Costa 
A. J. Coutu 
J. R. Couture 
Harvey S. Cunningham 
Alfred S. Deptula 



P. M. Duval 
H. E. Fox 

Leonard Gadomski 
Hartley Gurney 
H. Haaland 
John S. J. Harrison 
Thomas Hclgeland 
R. Hodges 
Earle B. Holden 
Edward Jarecki 
J. Kaczorowski 
M. F. Kershaw 
R. Lanson 
R. J. Laperle 
Robert LeBl3nc 
David C. Leite 
Edward Leite 
Gerald P. Lewis 




David E. Lowe 
William E. McGlynn 
W. B. Macy, Jr. 
R. G. Manchester 
L. R. Medeiros 
Angelo M. Mello. Jr. 
D. E. Michaelson 
J. J. Milner 
Thomas F. Mitchell 
Earle B. Parker 
D. L. Payette 
C. C. Rawlins, )r. 
J. C. Reale 
Barry Robbins 
Lionel N. Rodriques 
C. R. Saunders 
J. L. Schwartz 
Roy Serpa 
Raymond Souza 
Ronald V. Takach 
J. Thornhill, Jr. 
R. K. Tripp 
W. T. Twarog 
Ronald A. Wade 
P. D. Wertz 
Walter F. Wienzek, Jr. 
Robert H. Wilbur 
Walter J. Wordell 
David A. Yates 






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E. 


Jarecki 


E. Parker 


R. 


Hodges 


L. Medeiros 


J. 


Murphy 


E. Poitras 


J. 


Costa 


W. Twarog 


D. 


Henzel 


R. Manchester 


G. 


Caires 


L. McGoff 


F. 


Corczyca 


D. Sylvia 


R. 


Griggs 


T. Connelly 


J. 


Swayne 


R. Wilbur 


D. 


Lowe 


L. Tefft 





OFFICERS 

president — J. CARRIER 

vice president— R. TURNER 

treasurer — J. S. J. HARRISON 

secretary — C. WILBUR 





newman 
club 



MEMBERS 

William Giblin 
Mary Ann Hanrahan 
Talsop Lee 
Daniel Morrison 
Joseph Powers 
Mona Ricard 
Peter Smith 
Barbara Staron 
Ronald Takach 
Barbara Lavigne 
Lucien Poyant 
Maureen Kennedy 
Joseph Blanchette 
Raymond Richard 
Alfred Coutu 
Albert Barrette 



Kenneth Provost 
Geraldine Barros 
Colette Lemaire 
Joseph Marco 
Donald G. LeBlanc 
Joseph Corbiel 
Thomas Mitchell 
Richard Tripp 
Ramon Arruda 
Ronald Cordeiro 
John Foster 
Angelo Mello 
Daniel Medeiros 
Richard Arietta 
Robert Gracia 
Ernest Poitras 
D. G. LeBlanc 



OFFICERS 

president — 

ROY SERPA 

vice president — 

RICHARD PEPIN 

recording secretary — 
GABRIELLE COYNE 

treasurer — 

DANIEL McGRATH 

Paul Gauvin 
Peter Olszowy 
Gloria Bernier 
Patricia Perry 
Edward Kouzie 
Andre Ricard 
Jean Schwartz 
Norman Foucher 
Robert Fournier 
Donald L. Payette 
Mary Coutu 
Robert Le Blanc 
Milton Kershaw 
Frances Gallagher 
Joseph Carrier 
Gus Silveira 








TECH TALK 

New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology 






Vol. rv 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS., APRIL 12, 1957 



No. 4 



STAFF REVIEWS YEAR 



Looking back over the past 
scholastic year, the Tech Talk 
staff members can congratulate 
each other for a job well done. 
Though the paper has made but 
little progress in actual number 
of publications (six as compared 
to last years five) there have been 
many improvements made. 

In the middle of the year, Ed- 
itor Joseph Goodman's efforts 
cut the costs of printing by 38%. 
This was accomplished by switch- 
ing from an offset lithograph 
method of printing to letterpress. 
This lower cost will allow the 
paper to lower advertising rates 
and increase the number of issues 
in the future. 

An improved advertising set up 
which was inaugurated to offset 
costs, should yield good returns 
next year. Another innovation in 
the past year was the new sub- 
scription and circulation depart- 
ment headed by Earle Holden. 
The subscriptions from this year 
alone would almost pay for an 
extra issue under the new print- 
ing system. 

Also in this year, new features 
have been added to the paper. 
"The Greek World" has given 
you all the fraternity and sorority 
news. "Letters to the Editor" 
received almost immediate popu- 
larity: a Jazz column was start- 
ed in the fourth issue. The efforts 
of "Thos" brought us an account 
of the Student Council meetings 
in every issue. "Alumni Corner" 
was founded with the aid of Prof. 
Fenaux, and a technical report 
feature was established by Gus 
Diez. 




All things considered, this year 
was a successful one for Tech 
Talk. The tireless efforts of Joe 
Goodman and his assistants saw 
our paper through a few rough 
spots. The progress made, though 
it may seem minor, makes Tech 
Talk's future much brighter. 



In addition, Morrison also was 
employed in the Bureau of Ships 
for the Navy last Summer. Another 
paper, "MY EXPERIENCE AS A 
STUDENT ENGINEER was pub- 
lished by the Navy and received 
national recognition. 

Danny is also an active partici- 
pant in the extracurricular activi- 
ties at the Institute. He is an ar- 
dent tennis player, having been on 
the team for four years. He has 
been a member and past president 



This first place award for having 
the best Interfraternity program in 
its class was given on the basis of 
service to the community, service 
to member fraternities, service to 
college and general student body, 
and service to "fraternity ideals." 

U.N.H. fell into the category of 
schools having 10 to 19 fraternities. 
Listed in the U.N.H. brochure were 
the following projects: 

1. Service to community; blood 
donor program, Help Week, re- 
cordings for the blind, the out- 
standing citizen award, and the 
Christmas baskets and parties. 

2. Service to member fraternities; 
Judiciary Board, fire drills, Song- 
fest, workshop evaluation program, 
and' the IFC-IDC (Inter-Dormi- 
tory) Dance. 

3. Service to the college and gen- 
eral student body; rushing hand- 
book, board scholarships for foreign 
students, scholarship fund, and the 
rushing convocation. 



ing fraternities do nc 
diversification for the 
are attempting to fo 
ternity. The group 
school needs anothe: 
offset the one-wi 
pledging as it now e> 

The fraternity or 
be called until recoj 
either a social or pi 
ternity as the memb 
members of the gi 
pressed their opinior 
isting frats are big 
that the formation of 
not detract from eitl 
has been mentioned 
more closely-knit gix 
of common interests 
ternalism than a lai 

Thus far, the or 
fifteen members and 
a few members of th 
one who would like 
more about the clut 
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held April 18. at 



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MEMBERS 

R. Moyer 
G. Bassilion 
A. Barrette 
A. Szczur 

A. Silveira, Jr. 
W. Giblin 

P. Gauvin 

R. Serpa 

P. Smith 

B. Gulbranson 
B. Sherman 

J. Costa 

D. Morrison 
P. Malcolm 
J. Harrison 
H. Galary 

P. Olszowy 

E. Poitras 
G. Diez 

J. Blinkion 

J. Corbeil 

F. Marco 
E. Jarecki 



OFFICERS 



president — 
E. LEITE 

vice-president — 
J. POWERS 



secretary — 

G. HELME 

treasurer — 

J. PASQUILL 





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chairman — 

JOSEPH POWER 

vice chairman — 

RAYMOND RICHARDS 

secretary — 

MONA RICARD 

^responding secretary — 






MEMBERS 



Joseph Blanchette 
Paul Gauvin 
Joseph R. P. Marco 
Mrs. Muriel Meier 
Ralph O. Moyer 
Patricia Ann Perry 
Margaret Mendoza 



Roy Serpa 
Augustine Silveira 
Barbara A. Staron 
Barbara R. Tavares 
Mary Ann Hanrahan 
Raymond Martin 
William Choupres 



Richard Ormerod 





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BASKET BALI CHAMPIONS 1957 



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This year, New Bedford Tech's basketball team won just about every- 
thing that the S. N. E. C. C. had to offer. Not only did they win the Con- 
ference title but they also won the round robin tropy in the tournament 
at the end of the season. The overall record compiled by the New Bedford 
Tech this year was 18 - 12, excluding the service team games. While this 
record was not outstanding, the conference record was somewhat brighter, 
being 9-2. The ninth victory came in the playoff game with Stonehill 
for the conference championship. New Bedford Tech's Arnie Atkinson 
was the big factor in the playoff game scoring 26 points and gathering a 
barrel full of rebounds. In the round robin finals against Durfee Tech, again 
it was big Arnie Atkinson who was the hero. He had 40 points, nearly 
half of New Bedford Tech's total of 81. 

A few of the bright spots in the Tech basketball picture is the fact 
that only one player on the entire squad was a Senior. Dave Lammers, 
the team's high scorer, is just a freshman. Dick Arieta is only a Sopho- 
more as. is Arnie Atkinson and Dale Stetson is a junior. Johnny Foster is 
the only member of the team who will not be back for the next campaign. 



basketball 




TEAM MEMBERS 



Arnie Atkinson 


Marty Bendikson Gil Dutra 


Dave Lammers 


Danny Loureiro Eddie Silvia 


Dick Arieta 


Russ Wissman Tom Damon 


John Foster 


Bruce Boni Wilfred Canto 


Dale Stetson 


Ron Hall Wayne Haskell 




RESULTS 


N. B. Tech 


Opp. 


70 


Merrimack — 66 


75 


Prov. Bible Inst.— 47 


73 


Mass. Maritime Acad. — 43 


82 


Babson — 77 


56 


Mass. Maritime Acad. — 46 


53 


Lowell Tech — 70 


58 


Boston State Teachers — 55 


47 


Assumption — 68 


56 


Quinnipiac — 72 


85 


Durfee Tech — 73 


85 


Bridgewater State Teachers — 78 


75 


Gorham (Me.) Teachers — 97 


72 


Bloomfield (N. SJ Teachers— 55 


82 


Babson — 75 


69 


New England College — 64 


64 


Quinnipiac — 93 


80 


Stonehill— 91 


67 


Burdett— 58 


60 


Bridgewater State College — 71 


86 


Durfee Tech — 71 


60 


Hillyer College— 64 


53 


Cooper Union — 62 


78 


Stonehill— 71 


59 


Philadelphia Tech— 103 


66 


Quinnipiac — 96 


73 


Merrimack — 83 


65 


Hillyer College — 61 


79 


*Stonehill— 70 


81 


**Durfee Tech — 75 




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The New Bedford Tech soccer team enjoyed a fairly successful last fall with a 
record of 4 wins, 5 losses and 1 tie. While this record may not seem too impressive, the 
fact that all the members of the squad will be back next season except three players. 
They are Talsop Lee, Joe Calvam, and Eddie Cambra. With the majority of the team 
coming back, Coach El Cloutier is looking forward to a very successful campaign. The 
Members of the team: Chris Hayes, Dick Arieta, Don Moriarty, Tommy Viera, Dale Stet- 
son, Cordon Helme, Ivan Sylvia, Eddie Sylvia, Eddie Cambra, Tommy Damon, Paul Clou- 
tier, Dave Coakley, Eddie Rose, Talsop Lee, D. Voutsines, Joe Galvam, T. Lucas, Johnny 
Murphy, Tommy Brown, and Craig Proctor. 







THE SCORE: 


NBITT 


1 


Durfee— 


NBITT 


1 


Rice— 1 


NBITT 





Hillyer, (Conn.) — 3 


NBITT 


2 


Bridgewater — 4 


NBITT 


2 


Durfee — 1 


NBITT 


3 


Babson — 2 


NBITT 


2 


Bridgewater — 4 


NBITT 


1 


Lowell Tech — 6 


NBITT 


6 


Babson — 1 


NBITT 


1 


Philadelphia Tech— 3 



soccer 





Chris Hayes 
Pete Inglese 
Dick Arieta 
John Foster 
Walt Slocum 
Angelo Mello 
Tom Viera 
Russ Wissman 
Ron Hall 
Dave Coakley 
Dan Loureiro 
Paul Marois 
Dick Motta 
Eddie Sylvia 
Bruce Boni 



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Since 1954, the New Bedford Tech tennis team has compiled an amazing record. 
They have held the S. N. E. C. C. Championship every year since its existence, and they 
have an overall record of 22 wins and 2 defeats going into the 1957 campaign. This 
year's squad, which is ably coached by Prof. Louis Pacheco, is looking forward to an- 
other excellent season. With such first line tennis players as Danny Morrison, Cilly 
Dutra, Bill Bicott, Bary Robbins, Cus Diez and Eddie Sylvia, along with newcomers Jay 
Cracia and Marty Bendikson, New Bedford Tech has high hope of maintaining its con- 
ference title. 

THE SCORES FOR THE PAST THREE SEASONS. 









1954 








1955 








1956 


N. 


B. 


1 


Bridgewater — 4 


N. 


B. 


5 


Bridgewater — 


N. 


B. 


5 


Stonehill— 


N. 


B. 


5 


Stonehill— 


N. 


B. 


5 


Durfee— 


N. 


B. 


4 


Stonehill — 1 


N. 


B. 


3 


Durfee — 2 


N. 


B. 


4 


Stonehill — 1 


N. 


B. 


5 


Bridgewater — 


N. 


B. 


5 


Bryant— 


N. 


B. 


3 


Stonehill— 2 


N. 


B. 


6 


Lowell Tech — 3 


N. 


B. 


3 


Bridgewater — 2 


N. 


B. 


4 


Merrimack — 1 


N. 


B. 


5 


Durfee— 


N. 


B. 


5 


Stonehill— 00 


N. 


B. 


2 


Babson — 3 


N. 


B. 


6 


Babson — 3 


N. 


B. 


5 


Bryant— 


N. 


B. 


4 


Bridgewater — 1 


N. 


B. 


4 


Bridgewater — 1 


N. 


B. 


5 


Durfee— 


N. 


B. 


4 


Durfee — 1 


N. 


B. 


5 


Merrimack — 1 



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Gilly Dutra 
Billy Bicort 



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Gus Diez 



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Jay Gracia 
Marty Bendiksen 





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The only comprehensive treatment in booklet form on textile dry finishing 

procedures will be sent free to any student. Ask for Booklet No. 344-52. 



Curtis & Marble Machine Company 

72 CAMBRIDGE STREET WORCESTER 3, MASS. 



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Knowles Loom Reed Works Inc. 



JOSEPH DAWSON. JR., Pres. and Treas. 



Manufacturers of 
LOOM REEDS 

for Cotton, Silk, 
Rayon, Nylon, Glass, 

Woolen 

also Light and Heavy 

Duck 




Pitch Band Reeds 
Metal Reeds 

Stainless Steel 
and Chromium Plate 

Textile Mill Supplies 
Leather Belting 



72 years of continuous service 



114 MYRTLE STREET 
TEL. 2-6204 



NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 
U. S. A. 



With 

the 

best wishes 

of 



C I B A 



FINE PERFORMANCE! 

You can count on fine performance when you use Diastafor de-sizing agents the 
favorites for more than 45 years. 

Diastafor de-sizing agents work well in a wide range of temperatures and pH. Give 
trouble free operation and a fine finish under many different conditions of use. 

For informanton, write Standard Brands Incorporated, Diastafor Department, 595 

Madison Avenue, New York 22, New York. 



DIASTAFOR 

A TRADE MARK OF STANDARD BRANDS INCORPORATED 



PARAGON TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc. 

World Wide Service — Student Tours 



678 Pleasant Street 



Tel. WYman 6-8277 



New Bedford, Mass. 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



A&P FOOD STORES 



STANLEY OIL COMPANY, Inc. 



480 MT. PLEASANT STREET 



NEW BEDFORD 



nc &he Quidepost for thrifty Shoppers" 




Visit the Wamsutta Mills Remnant Shop where excellent values are offered on 

seconds of famous Wamsutta Sheets, Pillowcases, Towels and Fabrics. 

Acushnet Avenue and Logan Street, New Bedford, Mass. 

Store Hours: Daily Mon. through Sat., 7:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. 

Open Thursday 'til 9:00 p.m. 



New ELECTRONIC 

PLASTIC and 


COMPLIMENTS OF . . . 


LIGHT METAL Plants 




will require personnel 




specialized for these fields. 




New Bedford 




Industrial 


JOHN F. GIBLIN 


Development 


-«#►•- 


Commission 





COMPLIMENTS OF 



Mayor and Mrs. Francis J. Lawler 



Compliments of 



BROWN'S & SHOW BOAT 



Compliments of 



NORMANDIE BEDSPREAD CO. 



Langshaw Mill — Cove Street 



New Bedford, Mass. 





WRITING TUBES 




for marking textiles 


DEFIANCE 




^^^^^^^^^^^s^33^l BBc* \f' 




BLEACHERY 








fine finishers 
of 








fine fabrics 




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Fulling and Dye Resist 


Barrowsville, Mass.. 


Bleach and Caustic Proof 




JOHN P. NISSEN JR., CO. 




MANUFACTURERS 






CLENSIDE, PENNA. 





Fastest Service- 



Finest Quality - 



You can be sure of complete satisfaction on your next printing order, if you call on 
us to serve you. You will receive prompt personal attention, regardless of the size of 
your order. You will know that delivery will be prompt and that the price will be 
fair. We will be pleased to serve you. 



REYNOLDS DEWALT 

Offset Lithographers & Creative Printers 

WILLIAM b SECOND STREETS <^^> NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 

Continuing the businesses of Reynolds Printing and The Darwin Press 



NEW BEDFORD 
HOTEL 

Function rooms available for any group no matter 
how Large or Small 

VISIT THE SPOUTER INN & JOLLY WHALER 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



A FRIEND 




^^|S1SJ««^»|^^^2 



erful con- 



centrat ed reduce agent for £ ^ 
silk, cotton and rayon. ^ 

ducouw-* •^STSpSJS 



PAROL1TE 



* _ A dust-free w 



hite crystal- 



colorless, ex- 



line reducing agent. Soluble^ l ^ 




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NEOZYME @r C :: -trated Mow ^tem- 
perature des.z.ng •«/"*■£ eliminating 
P ond gelatine. Exce lent for ^ ^ 

thickeners from printed 
temperatures. 



goo 



high 
oves 



,., v ut, UT - Concentrated 1 
NEOZYMEJ HI R em 

temperature des.z.ng enzy u 

bo , h starch and geU... Remark . 

ffSW - -y high temperatures. 



^D.SPIRSAU- Effective ^te£ 

dyeing vat colors, dspers.ng ^ ^ 

" Ua,,t ' ,eS ' °, r in Y wool 9 and acetate dyeing. 
SfflTlil^- stripping va, colors, 
naphthols. 

'^^^ :: ^ , j;, e y :3M 

a || temperatures- partly » , Q 

enzymatic des.z.ng °9 entS ff £° d by di |ute 

for use in peroxide baths. 

■ ' v rffe C tive wetting agent 

NEOWET X - Efte , c '!: co | d to boiling. 
a , all temperatures from , eoW 
Does n o, inhibit enzym e a t.o^n ^ 

"^hvd'gen peroxide bleaching liquors. 
a G i;Sing%ro P e : tie 1 A ; — 



CAST R OL,T f -AjigMy^- d r 

castor oil used « ° * a £\ P oding textile 
X^-d^sively in finishing. 



vegetable o.ls and »J**, oll . High 
5ope rior, non-fo»m,n S lability- Excellent 
in combined SO, an ^ smoke 

for compressive shrinking, 
off at high temperatures. ^ 



P.S. . . • A centrally located plant . . . 
strategically placed warehouses . . . and 
Royce'x own fleet ot trucks . . . mean 
last, dependable delivery— always! 



very high temperatures. 

ical creamy white paste so tener ^ 
X^^--Unessoraf. 

fecting whites. 



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CHEMICAL COMPANY • CARLTON HILL, NEW JERSEY 

Manufacturers of Chemicals for the Textile Industry 



BERKSHIRE 
HATHAWAY, inc. 

Hathaway Division 



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RAYON AND ACETATE LINING FABRICS FOR 
MEN'S CLOTHING NYLON MARQUISETTES COT- 
TON CLIP SPOT AND PLAIN MARQUISETTES FOR 
CURTAIN MANUFACTURERS. COTTON BOX LOOM 
FABRICS FOR DRESS GOODS AND SHIRTING. 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 



From 



PFISTER CHEMICAL 



WORKS 



Ridgefield, New Jersey 



"Pfister for Fine Napthols" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



Abbott Machine Co., Inc. 

Wilton, New Hampshire 



Southern Office: Greenville, S. C. 



Manufacturers of Textile Winding Machinery 




TEXTILE 
DRYING 
MACHINERY 



ANDREWS and GOODRICH, Inc. 

336 ADAMS STREET BOSTON, MASS. 





Compliments of 


~4>°- 


MORRISON 




MACHINE CO. 


The 


Manufacturers of 




TEXTILE DYEING and 




FINISHING MACHINES 


College 


Licensed Manufacturers of 




CONTROLLED COMPRESSIVE 


Grille 


SHRINKING MACHINES 




Sole Manufacturers of 




WILLIAMS UNITS 




Office and Works: 


— ^js^"- 


1171-1225 MADISON AVENUE 




Paterson, N. J. 



LaFRANCE — JEWELER 

Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society 

Dial Phone 3-1137 
763 Purchase Street New Bedford, Mass. 

Compliments of 



MASON'S 



New England's Largest Home Outfitters 

795 PURCHASE STREET WAREHOUSE — SHOWROOM 

NEW BEDFORD PLYMOUTH AVE. - FALL RIVER 

PHONE 6-8535 OPEN DAILY 2:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. 



Compliments of 



A FRIEND 



1 ^ - 1 


National Textile 
Processing Corp. 

Embossers & Finishing Corp. 

601 Orchard St. 
New Bedford, Massachusetts 


*"^ NEW BEDFORD 


Your Favorite 
Department Store 


Compliments of 

JANSON 


MENS SHOP 

259 UNION STREET 


Compliments | 
of the 

FRESHMAN 

CLASS 


D. Harbeck & Sons 

Welcome Poultry and Dairy 
Feed 

405 EARLE STREET 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Tel. WYman 3-3166 



TEXTILE CHEMISTS 



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DELTA KAPPA PHI 



Compliments of 



ARLAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE 




for a vast 
range of 
permanent 
dyestuffs 




textile wet 
processing 
chemicals 



GENERAL DYESTUFF CORPORATION - ANTARA CHEMICALS 

Sales Divisions of General Aniline & Film Corporation 

435 HUDSON STREET • NEW YORK 14, NEW YORK 

Branches: Boston • Providence • Philadelphia • Charlotte, N. C. 

Chattanooga • Chicago • Portland, Ore. • San Francisco 

IN CANADA: Chemical Developments of Canada Limited, Montreal 



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